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Extraordinary Tales:
RTC President Keith Laughlin reflects on the foresight and courage of the Doppelt Family Rail-Trail Champions—pioneers of a movement that has transformed the landscape of communities across the country.

Winter's Glow:
The Down East Sunrise Trail, Maine's newest and longest rail-trail, carves its way 85 miles along the coast toward Canada, drawing a flurry of winter users to the small towns and snow-packed reaches of the state.

Canadian Spirit:
With a planned length of 13,500 miles, the Trans Canada Trail has captivated a nation and drawn countless communities and planners together for the momentous project.

Destination: Texas
With several new rail-trails and other pathways weaving through Houston's neighborhoods, come explore a city in transformation—and see why "Houston Is On A Roll."

Darwin Hindman: Walk the Talk, Ride the Bike
The former five-term mayor of Columbia, Mo., reflects on his long career as a trails and bicycling activist, and the many lessons in leadership he learned along the way.

More Trail Tales:
Readers from Illinois, Minnesota, Virginia and West Virginia share how cycling and trails are a family affair.


Rails to Trails magazine
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A View From Both Sides:
Enjoy a slideshow of railroad bridges and trestles across rivers and state borders, as featured in the Winter 2012 issue of Rails to Trails ("A View From Both Sides," by Abby Laub).

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